In the town of Ayia Napa, there many and interesting choices for dining. First of all, some of the oldest traditional taverns in the whole of Famagusta area are located in Ayia Napa. You must visit them, enjoy local delicacies and of course, the famous Cyprus Mezze! Secondly, if you fancy Mexican, Chinese, Thai, Greek, Middle Eastern, Japanese, Italian, burgers, pub food, hot dogs, Indian, Mediterranean or even Polynesian cuisine, there many options to choose from.
Ayia Napa’s culinary scene has been upgraded impressively in the last ten years and now there are quite a few, really good restaurants, casual and formal, worth checking out. Apart from the ones, in and around town, there are some good restaurants inside in some of Ayia Napa’s finest hotels, in which non-residents can also dine in.
Before you head to the beach grab a bite (or take some food with you) in one of the many bakeries in town. You should try the local cheese pie made with halloumi and fresh mint, the traditional olive pie made with black olives, or even take with you a sandwich with halloumi, lountza (local cured pork meat) and tomato. To dine in, many of the restaurants and snack bars are open throughout the day, although quite a few open around 5- 6 pm, just in time for early dinner. As for the choices, there is a wide range of cuisines being served in the town’s eateries.
Visit some of the top restaurants in Ayia Napa from the list below: